Peebles Farm Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze in Arkansas – Worth the Drive
I love fall especially the month of October because there is just something special in the air, cooler days ahead, leaves changing color, pumpkin patches and corn mazes. In Arkansas, it's worth the 3 and half hour drive from Texarkana to the Northeast part of the state to attend a huge pumpkin patch and corn maze near Augusta, Ark.
Peebles Farm Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze is the ideal place to take a family for a fun filled day of activities. Southern Living recently named Peebles as one of the Top 5 places to visit in the South. This real working pumpkin patch and farm allows visitors to choose or buy their own pumpkin from their 60 acre farm. Each year the 16-acre corn maze has a different theme featuring wagon rides,hay tunnels, hay rides, barnyard animals,slides, corn cannon, kids area, rubber duck races, and tractor pulled train rides, weekend bonfires, and even 3 acres of sunflower patches and cotton, just to name a few.
Make sure you visit their General Store for all kinds of unique Arkansas-made items and a concession stand available for some tasty foods and treats.
Peebles Farm is halfway between Augusta, Arkansas and McCrory, Arkansas on hwy 64 located on the north side of the road.
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Thurs 2PM - 6PM
Friday 2PM- 10PM
Sat. 9AM - 10PM
Sun. 12PM - 6PM
Admission is $8 and 2 and under are free. Addittional fees will be charged for Hay/Wagon Rides, Corn Cannon, and Rides.
For more information visit their website.